Tim McGraw was born in the town of Dehli, Louisiana. He was the son of a waitress while his father was a relief pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies and before hand for the New York Mets. Although at first Tug McGraw did not want to believe that Tim was his son, he eventually had to take paternity
|Baby Im Amazed By You|
|Red Ragtop||Tim McGraw & The Dancehall Doctors||2002|
|I Need You||Let It Go||2007|
|If You're Reading This||Let It Go||2007|
|Just To See You Smile||Everywhere||1997|
|Kristofferson||Let It Go||2007|
|Nothin' To Die For||Let It Go||2007|
|I'm Already Home||ACM Performance|
|Whiskey And You||Let It Go||2007|
|Tim Mcgraw - My Little Girl||my little girl||2011|
|I'm Workin'||Let It Go||2007|
|I Do But I Don't||Everywhere||1997|
|Suspicions||Let It Go||2007|
|Red Rag Top||Greatest Hits, Vol.2||2006|
|Tiny Dancer||Tim McGraw & The Dancehall Doctors||2002|
|All We Ever Find||Tim McGraw & The Dancehall Doctors||2002|
|Let It Go||Let It Go||2007|
|Blank Sheet Of Paper||Live Like You Were Dying||2004|
|Can't Be Really Gone||All I Want||1995|
|Angry All The Time||Set This Circus Down||2001|
|Let Me Love You||Set This Circus Down||2001|
|Home||Tim McGraw & The Dancehall Doctors||2002|
|Why We Said Goodbye||Set This Circus Down||2001|
|Kill Myself||Live Like You Were Dying||2004|
|Between The River And Me||Let It Go||2007|
|Ghost Town Train||Southern Voice||2009|
|Nine Lives||Greatest Hits, Vol.3||2008|
|Drugs Or Jesus||Live Like You Were Dying||2004|
|Old Town New||Live Like You Were Dying||2004|
|I'm Only Jesus||Southern Voice||2009|
|Please Remember Me||A Place In The Sun||1999|
|Green Grass Grows|
|Forget About Us||Set This Circus Down||2001|
|Last Dollar||Let It Go||2007|
|When The Stars Go Blue||Greatest Hits, Vol.2||2006|
|Cowboy In Me||Sing Tenor v.59||2008|
|One Of These Days||Everywhere||1997|
|Telluride||Set This Circus Down||2001|
|Welcome To The Club||Tim McGraw||1993|
|Dont Take The Girl||Greatest Hits||2000|
|Beautiful People||Greatest Hits, Vol.2||2006|
|Grown Men Don't Cry||Set This Circus Down||2001|
|Walk Like A Man||Live Like You Were Dying||2004|
|Unbroken||Set This Circus Down||2001|
|Like We Never Loved At All||Greatest Hits, Vol.2||2006|
|Take Me Away From Here||Set This Circus Down||2001|
|Comin' Home||Let It Go||2007|
|Open Season On My Heart||Live Like You Were Dying||2004|
|How Bad Do You Want It||Live Like You Were Dying||2004|
|We Carry On||Live Like You Were Dying||2004|
I always want to learn but I am sure on my dying day I will feel like I left something in the bucket.
Tim McGraw was born in the town of Dehli, Louisiana. He was the son of a waitress while his father was a relief pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies and before hand for the New York Mets. Although at first Tug McGraw did not want to believe that Tim was his son, he eventually had to take paternity after seeing how much each of them resembled one another. They were close until his death in 2004.
Although Tim did not immediately start out in music, he would eventually attend the University of Louisiana at Monroe where he began to fiddle with the guitar and play for tips when he needed money. His big change came after moving back to Florida with his mother. On the day that Keith Whitley, his personal hero, died, Tim McGraw packed his bags and headed to Nashville to pursue a career in music.
Tim made it to Nashville where he began touring the local music hot spots that would afford him a living in the music city. With the help of his father Tug McGraw, he would get a break from the record label Curb records in 1990. He would put out his first album in 1992 that was self titled, but didn’t make much of an impression on the country music industry.
However, he kept playing, writing, and singing and came out with two minor hits, Memory Lane and Two Steppin’ Mind, which would gain him small time acclaim in the country music community. After his first glimpse of success, Tim McGraw became even more motivated and his second album called Not A Moment Too Soon would go on to achieve the high honor of best selling country music album in 1994.
Off of that album, Tim had two major hits while one would reach the number one spot called Don’t Take the Girl. This would also gain him the honor of Album of the Year and Top New Male Vocalist by the Academy of Country Music. With his new found acclaim, McGraw would begin touring the countryside relentlessly delighting his old fans while creating an ever more increasing following.
Career in Full Swing
Tim McGraw would start of the year of 1996 with a bang on his Spontaneous Combustion Tour with the ever popular Faith Hill and it would go on to be considered the most successful country music tour of the year. Interestingly, from this tour McGraw and Hill would begin dating and eventually marry one another and start a family.
1997 saw the return of a new album called Everwhere, which yet again topped most of the country music charts and went on to sell four million copies. Later in 1999, the release of A Place in the Sun would further his reign in the country music industry with hit singles such as My Next Thirty Years and Some Things Never Change. McGraw would also earn another Grammy Award for his collaboration with his wife, Faith Hill, in the last part of the decade.
McGraw still delights his fans on an almost nightly schedule still touring relentlessly while also juggling the duties of being both a husband and a father. His official web site has news of up coming events as well as tour dates and may contain some free music downloads or at the least free music screenings. McGraw is always a favorite with the many country music audiences and has toured with country music legends as well as having many up and coming country artists on his show to help them gain exposure as well.
Did You Know
McGraw dropped out of community college to pursue his country music career.
McGraw did not know his biological father until he found his birth certificate while he was looking through his mother’s pictures of a school project.